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The Top 5 Benefits of 8-Week Courses

February 20, 2021

  Sometimes life gets in the way; 8-week courses give students a chance to lock-down credits and learning, with intensity & focus.

Here's Where the Jobs Will Be in 2021

January 25, 2021

It doesn’t take an astrologist to find out where the jobs will be in 2021; industries like healthcare & tech are in-demand. Read on to find out..

Teacher Feature: Dr. Kevin Sampson - Homeland Security

January 22, 2021

With a pandemic, economic crisis, & political unrest, there’s no better time to learn about homeland security, and the chair of Coastline’s..

A Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. & His Legacy

January 16, 2021

MLK Day is an opportunity for reflection & work, “a day on, not a day off.” Let’s start by celebrating King & his writing. Courtesy of AmeriCorp

Why Students Should Love Online Learning – When It’s Done Right

January 15, 2021

Students don’t like online learning, but they should, just from folks who know how to do it right. Here’s what students gain from taking classes..

The Best of the Best of 2020: The Reasons the Year Didn’t Totally Suck for College Students

December 29, 2020

2020 was not good, not good at all. But the show must go on: so here’s few reasons why the year didn’t outright suck for college students. ..

Careers Worth Going Back To College For

December 28, 2020

It’s never too late to crack open the books, or laptop lid, and return to college. These careers make it worthwhile. Shutterstock Let’s talk..

9 Productive Things To Do Between Semesters

December 21, 2020

The pandemic may have scrapped some options, like extensive travel, but there are still loads of productive (and fun) things to do between semesters.

A Foolproof Formula for the Holiday Gifts You Should Be Giving

December 18, 2020

2020 has ruined a lot of things; don’t let it ruin gift-giving too. Here are some standout gifts for your college student and some gifts for college..

Student Success Story: Using Numbers to Help People

December 18, 2020

Coastline student Emma Kim couldn’t decide between studying law and accounting, but working for nonprofits helped her realize her true passion for..

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